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The Oil Man: Faroe Petroleum, Pantheon Resources

The Oil Man: Faroe Petroleum, Pantheon Resources

Oil industry analyst Malcolm Graham-Wood has seen it all. He gives Interactive Investor his opinion on the sector's top stories.

Chart of the Week: Take profits on this bank before the market turns

Chart of the Week: Take profits on this bank before the market turns

This blue-chip bank is in a relief rally in an ongoing bear market. Technical analyst John Burford's advice here is: don't over-stay your welcome.

Stockwatch: Why a "risk-on" strategy will prevail - for now

Stockwatch: Why a "risk-on" strategy will prevail - for now

Stay with your existing portfolio, advises Edmond Jackson, but ensure some cash - you just can't predict when a shift to "risk-off" will happen.

Shell embraces "lower forever" oil prices

Shell embraces "lower forever" oil prices

Royal Dutch Shell continues to make progress reshaping its portfolio as it put in an impressive set of second-quarter results, writes Graeme Evans.

Here's the problem with the FCA's asset management review

Here's the problem with the FCA's asset management review

The regulator should be helping to encourage best practice for all investment managers not adding more needless red tape, says the AIC's Ian Sayers.

Woodford dealt AstraZeneca blow as share slump 17%

Woodford dealt AstraZeneca blow as share slump 17%

After rejecting a £55 per share bid from Pfizer three years ago, AstraZeneca is now languishing below £43. The pressure's on for boss Pascal Soriot, writes Graeme Evans.

The worst is still not over for Lloyds

The worst is still not over for Lloyds

Shares in Lloyds dipped Thursday and there's still plenty of work to be done as legacy issues continue to cloud the investment case, writes Graeme Evans.

Saltydog Portfolio: Having a system and sticking to it

Saltydog Portfolio: Having a system and sticking to it

Breaking your investment rules frequently leads to tears before bedtime, says Saltydog's Douglas Chadwick. Make sure you stick to them.

Property firm tempts income investors with 5.25% retail bond

Property firm tempts income investors with 5.25% retail bond

Not since April 2016 has a retail bond offered a coupon of over 5%. Kyle Caldwell runs through all the details.

Why investors shouldn't fear Trump, terror attacks or Jeremy and Theresa

Why investors shouldn't fear Trump, terror attacks or Jeremy and Theresa

All known news about the above are priced into markets, says investment legend Ken Fisher, so stop fretting about them and buy these two cheap stocks.

Easy tips for creating a successful investment portfolio

Easy tips for creating a successful investment portfolio

Building your own investment portfolio can be a daunting process, but Freddie Lait at Latitude Investment Management has some great tips for getting it right.

10 of the best-quality companies on AIM

10 of the best quality companies on AIM

With a sharp rise in AIM companies delisting due to Nomad resignations, Stockopedia's Ben Hobson finds 10 small caps with a quality edge to guard against this inherent risk.

City's back in love with ITV as "relief bounce" predicted

City's back in love with ITV as "relief bounce" predicted

ITV's first-half results were not as bad as feared and the dividend's up, leading to a move higher. David Brenchley finds analysts are broadly positive on the stock.

The Oil Man: Faroe Petroleum, Echo Energy, Tullow Oil

The Oil Man: Faroe Petroleum, Echo Energy, Tullow Oil

Oil industry analyst Malcolm Graham-Wood has seen it all. He gives Interactive Investor his opinion on the sector's top stories.

FTSE 100 has underperformed when you remove currency tailwind

FTSE 100 has underperformed when you remove currency tailwind

When measured in US dollars the FTSE 100 has lagged the main stockmarket index of every other G7 country, says Rahil Ram of Legal & General.

Key levels for Anglo American and the mining sector

Key levels for Anglo American and the mining sector

Anglo American shares have tended to mimic the mining sector's movements in recent years. Chartist Alistair Strang sets out the long-term ambitions for both.

Fever-Tree scales new heights - and the rally is far from over

Fever-Tree scales new heights - and the rally is far from over

Fever-Tree surged 20% Tuesday to a new all-time high, taking gains to 1,164% since listing in November 2014. Graeme Evans finds out whether there's more to come.

Can Provident Financial get back on track?

Can Provident Financial get back on track?

After shedding a quarter of its value in four weeks, Provident is confident it can recover. Others in the City are less convinced, writes Graeme Evans.

Is Virgin Money's fall a buying opportunity?

Is Virgin Money's fall a buying opportunity?

As Virgin Money continues to underperform, Graeme Evans finds one broker who thinks recent share price weakness is "a good investment opportunity".

UK small caps are rich in global opportunities

Four UK small caps with overseas exposure set to flourish

Political uncertainty is likely to create volatility for many UK-focused companies. But investing in small caps doesn't mean being tied to the UK economy, says Jupiter's James Zimmerman.